Archive | September, 2012

What are the Top 50 Blogs for Authors?

The Artist’s Road turns two years old next month, and I’ve received some pretty fishy emails during this run, such as people wanting to pay me to run their blog posts. I always decline; my readers aren’t for sale. Yesterday I was told I was named a Top 50 Blog for Authors. I was immediately […]

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Tracking the Wonder of ‘I’ in Your Blog

As I prepare for the next blog workshop I’m teaching through The Writer’s Center, writer and creativity consultant Jeffrey Davis of Tracking Wonder has kindly offered me a guest-post slot on his blog. I write about how a blogger can make the most effective use of the single most powerful word in the English language, […]

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Resisting the 3 Steps to Embracing Your Muse

What do you do when you have all of the answers on how to maximize your personal creativity–and you’re an inspiration for others in this regard–and yet you don’t fully practice that advice in your own life? It’s an age-old problem. We know what we should eat in moderation (bacon) and yet, there we are, […]

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Creativity Tweets of the Week – 9/14/12

It dawned on me that I should collect some of the best links on writing and creativity I tweet during the week and compile them in a single, easy-to-use guide. I thought I’d call it “Creativity Tweets of the Week.” Oh yeah, I used to do this pretty regularly, didn’t I? Here at the Artist’s […]

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Allowing Your Blogging Voice to Evolve

The art and craft of blogging is on my mind as I prepare to teach my next six-week workshop, “Writing Compelling Blog Posts.” I’ll be teaching on Capitol Hill in D.C. this time, starting on Monday, September 24th. If you’re local, I’d love to have you in the class. If not, then I’d welcome your […]

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